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As deadly as its name and red as blood, this vampire recipe is truly a masterpiece to be enjoyed. It's complex and lethal, so make sure you have some heavy-duty headache tablets for the morning after!

It’s red and bloody, and the chilli peppers give it extra kick. Created in the '80s or '90s as part of the new era of cocktails, it's likely that a bartender went nuts and mistook a recipe for extra hot chilli for a cocktail recipe. Surprisingly, the Vampiro is actually quite a fruity drink, with much of the spiciness being absorbed by the tequila. Regardless, it's still an insane combination.



  • Highball glass
  • 1 double shot of Casco Viejo Blanco tequila
  • 3 single shots of tomato juice
  • 1 single shot of orange juice
  • 2 teaspoons of lime juice
  • 1 teaspoon of honey
  • 1 teaspoon of finely chopped onion
  • 3 slices of hot chili pepper
  • 1 dash of Worcestershire sauce
  • Cocktail shaker
  • Ice

How to serve it

  • Combine all the liquid ingredients except the Worcestershire sauce in the cocktail shaker and shake.
  • Strain into the glass and add in the chilies and onions.
  • Add a dash of Worcestershire sauce and serve.

Some add celery salt or horseradish to this vampire recipe in the same manner as a Bloody Mary, and any hot sauce works well with the tomato. The honey serves to sweeten, but adding agave nectar instead creates a slightly different profile. Use a clear tequila for this recipe as you won't likely be able to taste the difference due to the strength of the other flavours.